Drug Cartel Sends Two Human Heads Inside Cooler To Televisa Mexico With A Threatening Note

A chilling discovery surprised the city of Guadalajara in Mexico, after Televisa workers found two human heads inside a cooler with a note threatening several people, including a local state judge. According to press reports, the horrific discovery was made Tuesday night and the note was signed as C.J.N.G; the Spanish acronym of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel, considered one of the most violent cartels currently operating in Mexico according to U.S authorities.

It's still under investigation who the heads belonged to, and local media in Jalisco suggested the gruesome find was directed at an official, and not to someone at the broadcaster, even though recently, Televisa vice president was shot and killed by robbers as he drove along a highway in the state of Mexico.

A unidentified official at the office of the Jalisco state prosecutor said a bag containing suspected human remains were found in a different location. According to Newsweek, this was a public warning to Jesus Humberto Boruel Neri, who was nominated to the position of inspector general of the state police force known as Fuerza Unica Jalisco in December 2015.

"Jesus Humberto Boruel Neri, code 1202, I leave you those heads there in case you want to make it public, not like on Sunday 11-19-17 when we threw you the grenades and you hid them," the message read. "You know the deals are fulfilled or would you like [me] to remind you why you are in this role and who put you there."

As presented by Mexican news publication Proceso, in Central Avenue and Periferico, where Judicial City is located, another cooler appeared with a cardboard that has a threatening message written against a judge. "Whore Judge Molina, the next one is you."

The Mexican criminal group is based in Jalisco and headed by Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes ("El Mencho"), one of Mexico's most-wanted drug lords. With an operation network from coast to coast, Jalisco New Generation Cartel, has been positioning itself like one of the criminal groups with the greatest operating capacity in Mexico as of 2012.

With the capture and deaths of important key pieces of the Sinaloa Cartel, the Jalisco New Generation Cartel, without hesitating for a second, emerged as the most notable criminal group declaring war on all other Mexican cartels and making clear its intention to take control of the city of Guadalajara.

With a criminal status of "Fugitive," the leader of the CJNG is known for his aggressive leadership and sensationalist acts of violence. The Rolling Stones magazine dedicated an article to Mexico's next-generation narco, "El Mencho," describing him as a sadistic, extremely violent, and a powerful "guy with zero regard for human life." While El Chapo's face is familiar, only a handful of photos of Mencho are known to exist. DEA agent told to Rolling Stones Magazine that "he's kind of a ghost."

Mencho declared war to federal police after six CJNG members were killed. CJNG attacked, bombarding the pinned-down Mexican cops with machine guns and grenade launchers. He doubled down on the terror, setting fire to dozens of hijacked buses, trucks, gas stations and banks throughout Jalisco.

If Mencho were captured tomorrow, the U.S. would likely request his extradition, just as it did with El Chapo, and some experts suspect El Mencho is hiding in a remote mountainous area somewhere, likely in Jalisco or Michoacán.

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Shirley Gomez has been exposed to many aspects of the art world. Besides being a Fashion Journalist, she studied Fashion Styling and Fashion Styling for Men at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City, Interior Design at UNIBE and Fashion Design at ITSMJ Fashion School in the Dominican Republic. She worked as a Fashion Journalist, Fashion Stylist and Social Media Manager at one of the most recognized magazines in the Dominican Republic, Oh! Magazine, as an occasional Entertainment Journalist, of the prestigious newspaper “Listín Diario”, as well as a fashion collaborator of a radio show aired in 100.9 FM SuperQ. When Shirley is not writing you can find her listening Demi Lovato or Beyonce's songs, decorating her apartment or watching Family Feud.